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Crisis Skylight South Yorkshire

If you are homeless, have been homeless in the last two years or at risk of becoming homeless, you can access our services for free.

We offer education, training and support within hostels, day centres and local community venues in Barnsley, Doncaster, Rotherham and Sheffield.

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Please fill in the form below with your phone or email address and we will get back to you within two working days.

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Crisis Skylight South Yorkshire
Unit 3A
Concept Court
Manvers Way
Manvers
Rotherham
S63 5BD
Opening hours

Please note our office is not open to public. Contact us by phone, email or the form opposite.

Contact us:

T:0114 317 7300

E:southyorkshire@crisis.org.uk

Skylight Director

Mandy Carlson

Our timetable

The Winter term runs from Monday 8 January until Thursday 29 March

Activities timetable

How Crisis can help you in South Yorkshire

Every year we work with thousands of people to help them rebuild their lives and leave homelessness behind for good. How we can help depends on someone's needs and situation.

One of our friendly experts will spend time with you to work out what you need. We could help you with:

Housing
Education & Employment
Health & Wellbeing

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Recently a group of members went on a visit to Northern College. with our Progression Coaches, Ryan and Sam.


Our members have had a huge say in developing our spring timetable including suggesting new sessions, the venues they prefer and the wording of the timetable.


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Volunteer in South Yorkshire

We often have volunteer roles as classroom assistants, administrators and more.


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Homelessness is not inevitable

Together with homeless people and our supporters, we've achieved real change.


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Building Better Opportunities

Sheffield City Region (BBO SCR) is an integrated, person-centred employment service for people with physical and mental health conditions, learning disabilities and complex needs. It’s based on Individual Placement Support, a “place then train” approach that’s shown to be twice as effective as traditional approaches. The BBO SCR Partnership will support 642 adults over the next 2 years to find competitive employment and training opportunities. BBO SCR has received £2.7million of funding from the Big Lottery Fund and European Social Fund as part of the 2014-2020 European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme in England.